The left's president may be unpopular but the one candidate who could do better is despised by his own party.
As we recently warned, the hyperinflationary collapse in Venezuala is reaching its terminal phase. With inflation soaring at least 65%, murder rates the 2nd highest in the world, and chronic food (and toilet paper shortages), the following disturbing clip shows what is rapidly becoming major social unrest in the Maduro's socialist paradise... Show More Summary
The momentum just keeps building behind Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign for Labour leader. This afternoon, Unison has announced it is backing the veteran socialist’s candidacy, with General Secretary Dave Prentis saying:… Continue reading The post Unison backs Jeremy Corbyn for Labour leader appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Department of Health and Human Services/Wikimedia Commons I commented at the beginning of today's Lunch Buffet that conservatives like Mike Huckabee who constantly try to associate liberals with Nazism are...
(Steven Hayward) Ezra Klein interviewed Bernie Sanders for his tyro website Pox, and it makes for fun reading. Yes, of course we know Sanders is a socialist, but it’s helpful when a socialist is as open about it as Bernie, and in places it appears he’s even too left for Klein. Show More Summary
WEEKEND AT BERNIE’S: I dunno, folks. What do you call a socialist who ISN’T an internationalist?
Across the country, left-wing activists and veterans of the Occupy movement are organizing for Bernie Sanders—and think the Vermont socialist can topple Hillary.
Look, Marxism was all about internationalizing the socialist movement: "Workers of the world, unite!" "...I don't think so. Bernie don't play that." The post I dunno, folks. What do you call a socialist who ISN’T an internationalist? appeared first on RedState.
Mark Halperin: Hillary Clinton’s Bernie Sanders Problem Is Bigger Than Anyone Realizes- Seven ways in which the septuagenarian socialist from Vermont actually presents a mortal threat to the Democratic front-runner. Congratulations on the nomination, Hillary. This space reserved for your ad.
As Jeremy Corbyn edges closer to victory in the Labour leadership race, his critics grow more vocal with both Tony Blair and John McTernan attempting to thwart his campaign this… Continue reading The post ‘Prosecco socialist’ Charlotte Church backs Jeremy Corbyn appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Manchester Guardian: [27 July 1945: Britain is a socialist country](http://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/from-the-archive-blog/2011/may/26/guardian190-labour-victory-1945)
Far-right political parties are making huge gains across Nordic countries as new champions of a working class alienated by the cosmopolitan left. “The basis of the home is commonality and mutuality. A good home is not aware of any privileged or slighted, no darlings and no stepchildren. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Reader Dave Begley has reported for us from Iowa on appearances by presidential candidates including Democrat/Socialist Bernie Sanders and Republican candidate Scott Walker. Dave is a Nebraska resident who, like us, is...Show More Summary
While Jay is off shivering in Alaska, I welcome the gracious and insightful Larry Kudlow to Need to Know. We spend the first half of the podcast talking about Iran with our mutual friend, John Batchelor, not just because John is so knowledgeable about Iran, but because he has an interesting personal angle on the story. Show More Summary
Andrea Mitchell apparently had a brain freeze on Friday as she tried to come up with a synonym for the "progressive" policies of Bernie Sanders. While discussing Hillary Clinton, Mitchell stumbled, "It is her trying to walk the lineShow More Summary
Mayor de Blasio likes a lot of things about presidential contender Bernie Sanders, especially his “democratic socialist” designation.
If you’ve heard the Green Bay Packers are “community owned” or even “socialist,” here you go [Matthew Parlow and Anne-Louise Mittal (Marquette), SSRN via Bainbridge)] Tags: football, property rights The ownership of the Green Bay Packers is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt defended the army on Friday saying it is the “only institution capable of safeguarding Lebanon,” and called on all political factions to “distance it it away from any disputes to maintain the morale of the soldiers.” “In light of the current paralysis that the state and its institutions are […]